This course is retired. It has been replaced by the following courses.
|M201: MongoDB Performance (Version 3.4)||M310: MongoDB Security (Version 3.2)||M312: Diagnostics and Debugging (Version 3.4)|
Learn how to optimize the performance of your MongoDB deployment.
Learn how to use MongoDB's native and third-party integration security features
Learn how to diagnose and debug issues that can arise in your MongoDB
MongoDB University continuously monitors industry trends and revises the courses to keep pace with changes in technology. To ensure that we offer you the most relevant training opportunities, we regularly introduce new courses and revise or discontinue older courses.
Typically, a course will be retired in one of the following scenarios:
- The course has been replaced. A new course or courses are released which replaces the previous course and which covers the material in a substantially new manner.
- If the technology covered in a course is no longer supported by MongoDB, the courseware will typically be retired.
- Business decisions related to the success of a course or the costs of keeping a course up to date may lead to retirement.
- Quality concerns may result in course retirement. If quality concerns are identified with a course, it may be retired until the quality can be improved.
You will continue to see these courses in the "My Courses - Completed Courses" section after their retirement, but attempting to launch a retired course will result in an error message.
No. After a course is retired, you can no longer submit the assignments for it.
The course activity reports reflect your progress on a course at the time of its retirement. For example, if a course is at 80% completion by a student when the course is retired, the course progress graph will show 80% progress. The completion percentage of a course cannot be changed after a course is retired
Yes. The MongoDB University On Demand will retire around the same time.